Can Songs Be Applied to More Than They Are Intended To?

Question by raigafan18: Can songs be applied to more than they are intended to?
For example…

For a college project focusing around drug addicts, I plan on using the song “Fix You” in the background of the slideshow as a salutation to rehab treatment and the path to recovery. Is this appropriate?

Best answer:

Answer by ?lï?ï?
Yes, it is most definitely appropriate.

Usually, songs are more than just words with a tune, they are like a story that the artist has written. Each song tells a story, hence songs have more depth that many people can comprehend.

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